Al Riggs lo-fi folk is quiet and raw in all the right places, channeling the spirits of The Mountain Goats and The National // Post by Misha
Acoustic guitar soothes the edges of a vengeful bass line, as if to acknowledge a time in the distant future when all of this will feel less sharp – but it is no less poignant or relatable for its immediacy. // Post by Misha
Shrugs’ softly psychedelic dream-folk is the perfect soundtrack to any foray into nostalgia. // Post by Misha
Sidney Gish’s new album, No Dogs Allowed, is officially the first record to sweep me off my feet in 2018. Persephone is a beautiful and simple guitar song about commonly mispronounced words, and how the only way to avoid making mistakes is to never do anything at all.
I heard so much music and met so many new friends in Austin that I’m still kind of basking in it all and there’s no way I could do justice to the music scene there, but I wanted to share a few of my favorite new artists that came into my life on this trip // Post by Misha